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[texts]Notes botaniques ?Sapotacees /par L. Pierre. (Volume fasc. 1-2) - Pierre, L.

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[texts]Mémoire sur les principes généraux du chinois vulgaire - Antoine Pierre L . Bazin
Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
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[texts]Flore forestiere de la Cochinchine /par L. Pierre. (Volume v.2) - Octave Doin.

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[texts]Flore forestiere de la Cochinchine /par L. Pierre. (Volume v.4) - Octave Doin.

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[texts]Flore forestiere de la Cochinchine /par L. Pierre. (Volume v.3) - Octave Doin.

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[texts]Flore forestieI?re de la Cochinchine /par L. Pierre. (Volume v.1) - Octave Doin.

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[texts]New distance and depth estimates from observations of eclipsing binaries in the SMC - Pierre L. North
A sample of 33 eclipsing binaries observed in a field of the SMC with FLAMES@VLT is presented. The radial velocity curves obtained, together with existing OGLE light curves, allowed the determination of all stellar and orbital parameters of these binary systems. The mean distance modulus of the observed part of the SMC is 19.05, based on the 26 most reliable systems. Assuming an average error of 0.1 mag on the distance modulus to an individual system, and a gaussian distribution of the distance ...
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[texts]The Role of the Immune Response in Merkel Cell Carcinoma. (Volume 5) - Triozzi, Pierre L.
This article is from Cancers, volume 5.AbstractMerkel cell carcinoma (MCC) is an aggressive neuroendocrine skin cancer. The Merkel cell polyomavirus (MCPyV) is implicated in its pathogenesis. Immune mechanisms are also implicated. Patients who are immunosuppressed have an increased risk. There is evidence that high intratumoral T-cell counts and immune transcripts are associated with favorable survival...
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[texts]La chaumière indienne; le café de Surate, etc - Bernardin de Saint -Pierre, L. T . Ventouillac
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[texts]Hepatitis C Virus-Induced Mitochondrial Dysfunctions. (Volume 5) - Brault, Charlene
This article is from Viruses, volume 5.AbstractChronic hepatitis C is characterized by metabolic disorders and a microenvironment in the liver dominated by oxidative stress, inflammation and regeneration processes that lead in the long term to hepatocellular carcinoma. Many lines of evidence suggest that mitochondrial dysfunctions, including modification of metabolic fluxes, generation and elimination of oxidative stress, Ca2+ signaling and apoptosis, play a central role in these processes...
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[texts]Current models broadly neglect specific needs of biodiversity conservation in protected areas under climate change. (Volume 11) - Sieck, Mungla
This article is from BMC Ecology, volume 11.AbstractBackground: Protected areas are the most common and important instrument for the conservation of biological diversity and are called for under the United Nations' Convention on Biological Diversity. Growing human population densities, intensified land-use, invasive species and increasing habitat fragmentation threaten ecosystems worldwide and protected areas are often the only refuge for endangered species...
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[texts]Cours complet de langue anglaise.. - Séprés, Pierre L. R. de. [from old catalog]

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[texts]The Origin of Subdwarf B Star (I): the Formation Channels - Zhanwen Han
Subdwarf B (sdB) stars (and related sdO/sdOB stars) are believed to be helium core-burning objects with very thin hydrogen-rich envelopes. In recent years it has become increasingly clear from observational surveys that a large fraction of these objects are members of binary systems. To better understand their formation, we here present the results of a detailed investigation of the three main binary evolution channels that can lead to the formation of sdB stars: the common envelope (CE) ejectio...
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[texts]The association of blood angioregulatory microRNA levels with circulating endothelial cells and angiogenic proteins in patients receiving dacarbazine and interferon. (Volume 10) - Triozzi, Pierre L
This article is from Journal of Translational Medicine, volume 10.AbstractBackground: Blood biomarkers are needed to monitor anti-angiogenic treatments for cancer. The association of blood levels of microRNAs (miRs) implicated in angiogenesis with circulating endothelial cells (CEC) and with angiogenic proteins was examined in patients administered drugs with anti-angiogenic activity. Methods: Blood was collected from patients with uveal melanoma enrolled on an adjuvant therapy trial in which th...
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[texts]Effects of climate on West Nile Virus transmission risk used for public health decision-making in Quebec. (Volume 6) - El Adlouni, Salaheddine
This article is from International Journal of Health Geographics, volume 6.AbstractBackground: In 2002, major human epidemics of West Nile Virus (WNV) were reported in five cities in the North East region of North America. The present analysis examines the climatic conditions that were conducive to the WNV epidemic, in order to provide information to public health managers who eventually must decide on the implementation of a preventive larvicide spraying program in Quebec, Canada...
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[texts]Honey Bees Avoid Nectar Colonized by Three Bacterial Species, But Not by a Yeast Species, Isolated from the Bee Gut. (Volume 9) - Good, Ashley P.
This article is from PLoS ONE, volume 9.AbstractThe gut microflora of the honey bee, Apis mellifera, is receiving increasing attention as a potential determinant of the bees’ health and their efficacy as pollinators. Studies have focused primarily on the microbial taxa that appear numerically dominant in the bee gut, with the assumption that the dominant status suggests their potential importance to the bees’ health...
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[texts]Du dialecte de Tahiti, de celui des îles Marquises, et, en général, de la langue polynésienne, ouvrage qui a remporté, en 1852 - Gaussin, P[ierre] L[ouis] J[ean] B[aptiste] [from old catalog]
Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Keywords: Tahitian language; Marquesan language; Polynesian languages
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[texts]Enrichment of circulating melanoma cells (CMCs) using negative selection from patients with metastatic melanoma. (Volume 5) - Joshi, Powrnima
This article is from Oncotarget, volume 5.AbstractCirculating tumor cells have emerged as prognostic biomarkers in the treatment of metastatic cancers of epithelial origins viz., breast, colorectal and prostate. These tumors express Epithelial Cell Adhesion Molecule (EpCAM) on their cell surface which is used as an antigen for immunoaffinity capture. However, EpCAM capture technologies are of limited utility for non-epithelial cancers such as melanoma.We report a method to enrich Circulating Mel...
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[texts]Complete Genome Sequence of Mycoplasma ovis Strain Michigan, a Hemoplasma of Sheep with Two Distinct 16S rRNA Genes. (Volume 2) - Deshuillers, Pierre L.
This article is from Genome Announcements, volume 2.AbstractWe report the complete genome sequence of Mycoplasma ovis strain Michigan. Its single circular chromosome has 702,511 bp and contains 2 copies of the 16S rRNA gene, one corresponding to M. ovis and the other to “Candidatus Mycoplasma haemovis.” All housekeeping genes and the 5S-23S rRNA genes are present in single copies.
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[texts]Elevated Oestrogen Receptor Splice Variant ERαΔ5 Expression in Tumour-adjacent Hormone-responsive Tissue. (Volume 7) - Taylor, Sian E.
This article is from International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, volume 7.AbstractSusceptibility to prostate or endometrial cancer is linked with obesity, a state of oestrogen excess. Oestrogen receptor (ER) splice variants may be responsible for the tissue-level of ER activity. Such micro-environmental regulation may modulate cancer initiation and/or progression mechanisms. Real-time reverse transcriptase (RT) polymerase chain reaction (PCR) was used to quantitatively ass...
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[texts]FTIR Microspectroscopy Coupled with Two-Class Discrimination Segregates Markers Responsible for Inter- and Intra-Category Variance in Exfoliative Cervical Cytology. (Volume 3) - Walsh, Michael J.
This article is from Biomarker Insights, volume 3.AbstractInfrared (IR) absorbance of cellular biomolecules generates a vibrational spectrum, which can be exploited as a “biochemical fingerprint” of a particular cell type. Biomolecules absorb in the mid-IR (2–20 μm) and Fourier-transform infrared (FTIR) microspectroscopy applied to discriminate different cell types (exfoliative cervical cytology collected into buffered fixative solution) was evaluated...
[texts]Histology Verification Demonstrates That Biospectroscopy Analysis of Cervical Cytology Identifies Underlying Disease More Accurately than Conventional Screening: Removing the Confounder of Discordance. (Volume 9) - Gajjar, Ketan
This article is from PLoS ONE, volume 9.AbstractBackground: Subjective visual assessment of cervical cytology is flawed, and this can manifest itself by inter- and intra-observer variability resulting ultimately in the degree of discordance in the grading categorisation of samples in screening vs. representative histology. Biospectroscopy methods have been suggested as sensor-based tools that can deliver objective assessments of cytology...
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[texts]Microspectroscopy of spectral biomarkers associated with human corneal stem cells. (Volume 16) - Nakamura, Takahiro
This article is from Molecular Vision, volume 16.AbstractPurpose: Synchrotron-based radiation (SRS) Fourier-transform infrared (FTIR) microspectroscopy potentially provides novel biomarkers of the cell differentiation process. Because such imaging gives a “biochemical-cell fingerprint” through a cell-sized aperture, we set out to determine whether distinguishing chemical entities associated with putative stem cells (SCs), transit-amplifying (TA) cells, or terminally-differentiated (TD) cells...
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[texts]Low penetrance of a SDHB mutation in a large Dutch paraganglioma family. (Volume 11) - Hes, Frederik J
This article is from BMC Medical Genetics, volume 11.AbstractBackground: Germline mutations of the succinate dehydrogenase subunit B gene (SDHB) predispose carriers for paragangliomas, and current estimates of the chance of mutation carriers actually developing tumors (penetrance) are high. We evaluate the phenotype and penetrance of a germline SDHB mutation in a large and clinically well-characterized paraganglioma family...
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[texts]Analysis of LMNB1 Duplications in Autosomal Dominant Leukodystrophy Provides Insights into Duplication Mechanisms and Allele-Specific Expression. (Volume 34) - Giorgio, Elisa
This article is from Human Mutation, volume 34.AbstractAutosomal dominant leukodystrophy (ADLD) is an adult onset demyelinating disorder that is caused by duplications of the lamin B1 (LMNB1) gene. However, as only a few cases have been analyzed in detail, the mechanisms underlying LMNB1 duplications are unclear. We report the detailed molecular analysis of the largest collection of ADLD families studied, to date...
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